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Robert Lang yellow jacket

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hey guys! so, I am having a bit of a problem with a part of the pre creasing in Robert lang's yellow jacket.
It's diagrammed in Origami Masters: Bugs Wars, and here is the part where i'm having problem with:

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I can't find the reference for the marked part! plz reply quickly! :(
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first, show us the pic of the book! :?:
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why? i showed you the main problem.
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ok have u creased the whole grid?
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Yeah.
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so, what is so hard in it? by creasing the grid u will have all the ref points
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Not necessarily. I'll see what I can do.
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I am folding this model too (exhausting!) and am now doing the big collapse of step 28. I know what is expected of me, but my hands don't cooperate.

Does anyone have picture diagrams of the collapse? Where to start? At the top? At the bottom?
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ryan. start at the bottom (the abdomen) once you collapse that...most everything else just falls into place. and dont worry if some of the molecules (like the ones near the middle) are a little off or messy...because they will eventually be sunk again anyway and hidden deep inside the model once its made three dimensional. the molecule at the top however needs to be failry accurate to achieve the proper flap length for the head (or more specifically the mouth parts)................good luck!
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did it. wiiii
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Nice job!
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I know this topic is kinda dead, but can anyone tell me what paper size should be used, and what grid is used? 56 or 64?
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Probably not smaller than 40cm, but the main thing is the paper must be very thin. I used a 45cm square of single layer tissue paper treated with MC, and that turned out to be a good thickness and size. The grid is 56 by 56.
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